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Godfather
A godfather is a cocktail consisting of 1.5 ounces of scotch and .5 ounces of amaretto, served in a rocks glass over ice. A godmother is made with vodka in place of Scotch. A fairy godfather is made with Creme de Noyaux in place of amaretto.

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Horse's Neck
A Horse's Neck is an alcoholic drink. It is a highball made with whiskey (usually rye or bourbon) and ginger ale, with a long spiral of lemon peel draped over the edge of the glass.

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Dom Pedro
Dom Pedro is an alcoholic milkshake, usually made with whiskey or Amarula. Typically: one shot of Irish whiskey, two spoons of vanilla ice cream, and a little bit of double cream whisked together, lightly topped with shavings of dark chocolate.

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Irish car bomb
The Irish car bomb cocktail is made from Guinness, Baileys Irish Cream, and Jameson Irish whiskey. The drink is made by adding the Baileys and Jameson to a shot glass, layering the Baileys on the top. Then pour the Guinness into a pint glass or beer mug 1/2 of the way full and let settle. Next drop the shot glass into the Guinness and chug.

Variations include:
1/2 ounce "Baileys Irish Cream" and 1/2 ounce of Jameson Irish whiskey
3/4 ounce of "Baileys Irish Cream" and 1/4 once of Jameson Irish whiskey
1/3 ounce "Baileys Irish Cream", 1/3 ounce of Jameson Irish whiskey and 1/3 ounce Hennessy cognac

A cheap variation of ICB is made via placing a shot of any whiskey into a half-pint of Guinness.

Some even prefer to add a small amount of Kahlua, which is a Mexican coffee liqueur, but purist might argue that the name, Irish car bomb, requires that one use only Irish ingredients.

Upon dropping the shot glass in, it is advisable to quickly down the drink. If left alone, the Irish Cream and Guinness will start curdling. If you don't drink it fast enough it will increasingly taste worse.

A variation making its rounds in Florida is the Dixie Car Bomb, which consists of any schnapps ( creamy preferable like butterscotch ) Old Crow dropped into a Pabst.

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Jungle Juice
Jungle juice is the name given to a mix of liquor that is usually served for the sole purpose of becoming intoxicated. Most jungle juice mixtures contain high quantities of Everclear, almost pure alcohol, mixed with arbitrary juices. Often, it may include leftovers of many liquors along with a mixer (juice, cola, etc.) to make the clash of liquors easier to swallow. For example, jungle juice may contain rum, gin, tequila, vodka, whiskey and be mixed with orange juice for flavor and to stretch the quantity of alcohol. Another common recipe for large batches mixes Everclear and frozen juice concentrate in a large container, such as a garbage can, diluted with a hose to the desired strength. Jungle juice made with Kool-Aid is called 'Hunch Punch'.

Jungle juice is popular on college campuses in the United States.

This is said to be served in bars under the name of Camel piss. This is composed of all the leftover drinks from the previous day.

During World War II, American soldiers produced a drink called "jungle juice" by inserting the open end of a bottle of Everclear into a watermelon and allowing the alcohol to diffuse into the fruit. The hole was then plugged up and the soupy mixture inside consumed later.

Jungle Juice is also the brand name of an alkyl nitrite solvent, sold legally as a "video head cleaner" but widely used as a recreational drug by inhaling.

In Australia Jungle Juice refers to a cask wine (goon) and vodka based punch, mixed with soft drink and juice concentrate or cordial. Orange or tropical are the most common flavours of jungle juice, however raspberry, lime and sarsaparilla juices have been experimented with. It is commonly made up in eskys or buckets.

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Rusty Nail
A Rusty Nail is an alcoholic beverage made of 1.5 oz. of Scotch whisky and 1.5 oz. of Drambuie mixed and served over ice with a lemon twist garnish.

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Whiskey Fizz
A Whiskey Fizz is an alcoholic cocktail made from the following ingredients:

1.5 oz. blended whiskey
Several dashes Angostura bitters
0.5 tsp. sugar syrup
Club soda

The whiskey, bitters, and sugar syrup are mixed in a chilled highball glass; the glass is then topped with club soda.

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Suburban
The Surburban is a cocktail.

Recipe :
1 1/2 oz. rye whisky
1/2 oz. dark Jamaican rum
1/2 oz. port
dash of orange bitters
dash of Angostura bitters
Stir all ingredients in a cocktail shaker with cracked ice.
Strain into a chilled cocktail glass.

The Suburban is a drink sometimes associated with horse-racing and draws its name from the Suburban Handicap that was run in Brooklyn during the 1880s.

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Whiskey Sour
A whiskey sour is a cocktail made with one shot (1.5 ounces) of Sour mix and one shot of whiskey. It is made by mixing these ingredients with one scoop of ice. It is served on the rocks or straight up, strained into a small flute.

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